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Upload a STIX or OpenIOC structured threat intelligence file in Splunk Enterprise Security

Upload threat intelligence in a STIX or OpenIOC file to Splunk Enterprise Security using one of the following methods:

Upload a STIX or OpenIOC file using the Splunk Enterprise Security interface

Splunk Enterprise Security supports adding the following file types directly in the Splunk Enterprise Security interface:

  • OpenIOC 1.0 and 1.1
  • STIX 1.0, 2.0, and 2.1
  • CSV

To add a file in the Splunk Enterprise Security interface, complete the following steps:

  1. On the Enterprise Security menu bar, select Configure > Data Enrichment > Threat Intelligence Management.
  2. Click New.
  3. Select IOC/STIX/STIX 2 from the drop down menu.
    This opens the Add Intelligence Document dialog.
  4. Type the information for the threat intelligence document that you want to upload.
  5. Click on the General tab and type a Weight for the threat intelligence file. The weight of a threat intelligence file increases the risk score of objects associated with threat intelligence on this list.
  6. Select the Threat intelligence checkbox if you want to classify the intelligence document as threat intelligence. Classifying an intelligence document as threat intelligence triggers specific workloads. For more information on how to configure intelligence documents, see Configure intelligence documents.

    Use the tooltips provided in the UI to populate the remaining fields based on the intelligence document that you plan to upload.

  7. (Optional) Click the Advanced tab and select the Sinkhole check box. This deletes the file after the intelligence from the file is processed.
  8. Click Save.

Next step

To add another custom threat source, see Add threat intelligence to Splunk Enterprise Security and follow the link that matches the source that you want to add.

If you are finished adding threat intelligence sources, see Verify that you have added threat intelligence successfully in Splunk Enterprise Security.

Add STIX or OpenIOC files using the REST API

The Splunk Enterprise Security REST API supports uploading threat intelligence files in OpenIOC, STIX, or CSV format. See Threat Intelligence API reference.

Next step

To add another custom threat source, see Add threat intelligence to Splunk Enterprise Security and follow the link that matches the source that you want to add.

If you are finished adding threat intelligence sources, see Verify that you have added threat intelligence successfully in Splunk Enterprise Security.

Next step

To add another custom threat source, see Add threat intelligence to Splunk Enterprise Security and follow the link that matches the source that you want to add.

If you are finished adding threat intelligence sources, see Verify that you have added threat intelligence successfully in Splunk Enterprise Security.

Last modified on 20 July, 2021
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This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Enterprise Security: 6.4.0, 6.4.1, 6.5.0 Cloud only, 6.5.1 Cloud only, 6.6.0, 6.6.2


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